Covid-19 in Rome

Pandemic news:

Italy is totally open to travellers. While you may need a test certificate to board your transport, you do not need to complete a locator form, and from June 1st 2022 you will no longer need a vaccination or test certificate to enter Italy. Read more…

Since May 1 you no longer need any kind of certificate to visit restaurants or museums etc. Masks must still be worn on transport not outdoors. The “Green Pass” system for vaccination or test proof has been scrapped in the country. Read more…

All sites in Rome are open but tickets for museums and other sites should still be booked in advance >

The pandemic situation changes frequently, and your travels to and in Rome and Italy are likely to be affected. This collection of articles attempts to clarify the latest information, and will assist you to have the best visit to Rome possible in current circumstances.

Can I travel to Rome at the moment?

As Rome prepares to welcome back the first international tourists while the pandemic eases and vaccinations roll out, we cut through the confusion about who can travel to the country, for what reasons, and from where.

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Tickets in advance!

Because of Covid-19 precautions, it is strongly advised that you
buy tickets in advance to visit attractions in Rome.

Buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment.